# Arbitrary-precision integers (included)

*Author: Salve J. Nilsen*

Using the in-built capabilities of your language, calculate the integer value of:

5^{4^{3^2}}

Confirm that the first and last twenty digits of the answer are: 62060698786608744707...92256259918212890625

Find and show the number of decimal digits in the answer.

# More

http://rosettacode.org/wiki/Arbitrary-precision_integers_(included)#Perl_6

# What's interesting here?

metaoperator

casting

{} in string

Source code: arbitrary-precision-integers.pl

use v6; my $x = ~[**] 5, 4, 3, 2; say "5**4**3**2 = {substr($x,0,20)}...{substr($x,$x.chars-20)} and has {$x.chars} digits";